Adam Frank

Adam Frank (born 1962) is an American physicist, astronomer, and writer. His scientific research has focused on computational astrophysics with an emphasis on star formation and late stages of stellar evolution. His work includes studies of exoplanet atmospheres and astrobiology. The latter include studies of the generic response of planets to the evolution of energy-intensive civilizations (exo-civilizations).

His popular writing has focused on issues of science in its cultural context. Topics include: issues of climate and the human future, technology, and cultural evolution; the nature of mind and experience; science and religion. He is a co-founder of the ''13.7 Cosmos and Culture Blog'' that originated on National Public Radio (NPR), and he is a regular on-air contributor to NPR's ''All Things Considered''. He is an occasional contributor to the ''New York Times''. Provided by Wikipedia

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